Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Egle minuta

Posted by Stephen R on 30-03-2011 01:01
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I'm sure it's not E. rhinotmeta. Comparing the specimen, the setae in the photo are anterior to the femur and look longer because they project forward. The pvs are much shorter and don't show in the picture. Anyway, there's no group of bristles by the st5 processes.

I'm attempting a proper genital preparation so I can get a better look. At the moment it looks very like yours. Congratulations on the photo - I don't think I'll be able to do that!